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Official Website : http://www.betul.mp.gov.in

Headquarters : Betul
State : Madhya Pradesh

Area in Sq Km (Census 2011)
Total : 10043
Rural : 9941.17
Urban : 101.83

Population (Census 2011)
Population : 1575362
Rural : 1266211
Urban : 309151
Male : 799236
Female : 776126
Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 males) : 971
Density (Total, Persons per sq km) : 157

Official language : Hindi

Helplines :
Collector & District Magistrate +91-07141-230034

Population (Census 2010) :
In 2011, Betul had population of 1,575,362

Click on the following link to download district statistics as per NITI Ayog website

Brief About Betul District
Betul is one of the marginally located southern districts of Madhya Pradesh, lying almost wholly on the Satpura plateau. It occupies nearly the whole width of the satpura range between the valley of the narmada on the north and the bearer plains on the south. It forms the southernmost part of the Bhopal Division. The District extends between 21-22 and 22-24 degrees North Latitude and between 77-10 and 78-33 degrees East Longitude and forms a compact shape, almost a square with slight projection on the East and the West. Two small enclaves of the district, viz., Batla blocks of the Govt. forests lie to the West between the districts of Nimar (East) and Amaraoti. These enclaves lie on the Northern bank of the Tapti. They extent from West to East between the Meridians 77-59 and 77-02.

The District is bounded on the NORTH by Hoshangabad, on the SOUTH by Amaroti of Maharastra, on the EAST by Chhindwara District and on the WEST by the District of Hoshangabad, East Nimar and Amaroti. The Southern boundary of the district runs almost along the southern foothills of the melghat range, but excludes hattighat and Chikalda hills in Amaroti district. The Western boundary is associated for some distance with the Ganjal river (Southern), a tributary of Tapti, and then with the watershed line between the Morand and the Ganjal (Northern), the tributaries of the Narmada. The Northern boundary is marked by the course of the Morand river, and by the TAWA river beyond Dhodra Mohar Railway station. The Eastern Boundary runs through small streams and hills among which Khurpura and Rotia Nalas are of some significance. The greatest length of the district is about 161 km from East to West, whereas it measures only about 106 km from north to south.

The district derives its name from the small town of Betul Bazar about 5Km. south of Badnur, the Headquarters of district. During the Maratha regime as also in the beginning of the British rule, Betul or Betul Bazar was the district Headquarters.

Names of Dynasties Ruined
Vakatakas, Rsdtrakutas, Kherala, Sultans of Malwa, Mughals, Gonds, Bhonslas, British

Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Jain, Christian, Buddhist

Gonds, Korkus, Kurmis, Kunbis, Bhoyars, Meharas, Chamars, Banias, Rajpuths

HIndi, Gondi, Marathi, Korku

Collector and District Magistrate
(07141) 230034 / 231033